Well we heard it,WWIII was coming.Oh yes it came.We have paid the price for burning a Quran now.Or I should say the Dead have paid the price.It is terrible,my prayers for the victims.But damn it,where were the machine guns? Next time roll the rounds.You're in Afghanistan you should be prepared to go down fighting like the Alamo,I don't care soldier or politician.
I am sure the West will continue to pay for this Quran burning....As if this really Was the begining of this War in these brainwashed Muslims minds.What should I expect when you have learned everything in a mud hut stuck in a village located in the Middle of a Desert? This was the final straw!!! Brains? It's a damn shame,we've made great progress in schools in Afghanistan.
No,No,No,I don't smoke it no more,I know Islam knocks you out on the floor.Then slit's your throat.That is even before you light the match to Burn that Bat worshipping pseudo Jesus called Muhammad's book of lies and filth.
Really is this revenge? Oh no please say it isn't so! But you know,even that is arguable anymore,at least just what source of their revenge you are implying anymore.There is quite a abundance of sources for revenge they use to draw from.After just adding another terrorist attack to the 70,000 in the last 10 years,Does their reason mean anything to you anymore why? I don't give them the credit anymore.
In other words,who cares why? The source is beyond reason,why are we wasting our time on what Islamic terrorist's think? It's terrorism b.s. in the general category and of course,it's related directly to Islam..We knew they were going to go beserk,that's why so many were against it.But we can't sacrifice freedom just because the threat of their damn terrorism.They can go to hell first and meet their buddy Muhammad before I live my life having to worry about if I should burn their book or not.No damn Islamist in the Middle East is going to dictate to me his religion.Don't burn his book,we will have dead people..Well I guess that's the equivolent:Books or People,we see who has made the choice now haven't we? We see what people lives who disagree with their book are worth.DEATH. Nothing more.
So rumour has it they could not find any Americans. Really? Well doesn't that just negate the whole invasion issue? And....If these monkey's going ape could not wait long until with their revenge (straight from the Friday Islamic Witch Doctor) to find American's,there is more to this issue as well.
Are they that incredibly stupid? Maybe someone should have told them 'Hey,the Americans are the ones with the Tanks and the Guns."..See the Apache in the sky?? That's the Americans.. How brave those protestor's were.I have a idea for next time,let's do unto these other's as they would have done to us..I will turn the other cheek next time.But meanwhile,lets cut some of the cancer out and give my idea a try..Let's burn some Qurans and align the Tank Turret's right at the Exit of Friday prayer's.
Fri Apr 1, 11:39 am ET
MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan (Reuters) – At least eight foreign U.N. workers were killed, two of them beheaded, on Friday in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif after a demonstration against the burning of Korans by a U.S. preacher, a regional police spokesman said.
"Eight foreigners were killed and two were beheaded," said Lal Mohammad Ahmadzai, a police spokesman for the northern region.
Over a thousand protesters had flooded into the streets of the normally peaceful city after Friday prayers, and after two or three hours violence broke out.
A small group attacked the U.N. compound, throwing stones and climbing on blast barriers to try and enter.
A police source, who declined to be named as he was not authorized to speak to the media, said protesters had stormed into the compound where they attacked the victims.
The chief of the mission in the city was wounded but survived, and the dead included employees of Norwegian, Romanian and Swedish nationalities, he added.
A United Nations spokesman confirmed that there had been deaths of personnel at the mission in Mazar-i-Sharif but declined to give further details, saying the situation on the ground was still confusing.
Staffan De Mistura, the top U.N. representative in Afghanistan, was heading to Mazar-i-Sharif to handle the matter personally, he added.
Thousands of demonstrators marched through western Herat city and around 200 in Kabul, but there was no violence at either protest.
(Reporting by Mohammad Bashir, Editing by Jeremy Laurence)
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